Segments 3152–3182 in Kd 1 have a most amazing list of hindrances to going forth, which in the English has one item less than in the Pali. If I figured it out correctly the lacking English translation is in segment 3158, aḷacchinnaṃ pabbājenti.
Added: In the second occurrence of the same list there is in fact a note saying that aḷacchinna has been combined withe the previous item—so I seem to have figured out the right thing.
This list is in fact a bit hard to take on board, in my mind. I can well understand that it is inadequate to ordain a wanted criminal—but someone with any sort of physical impairment, or even just “abnormal appearance”… why should they not be allowed to join the order? Or someone who has committed a crime and has undergone their penalty, like being whipped or branded (or various limbs cut off, which I suspect is the meaning of being “without a hand, a foot,” etc.), why should they not be allowed to become a monastic? This list has mostly people who would be quite likely to encounter discrimination in various fields of society—and I had hoped that in the Buddhist order that would be different!